Meeting to organise boycott of Irish Water

A public meeting to organise a mass boycott of Irish Water will be held in the Westwood House Hotel on Tuesday November 11 at 8pm.

The meeting, organised by the We Won’t Pay campaign, is seeking to build on the momentum created by last weekend’s anti-water charges protests, which saw 10,000 people take to the streets of Galway.

The We Won’t Pay campaign is encouraging all strands of society to work together in civil disobedience to defeat water charges.

“We need unions and workers’ leaders to show greater solidarity with campaigners against water charges,” said Sean Byrne of the Anti Austerity Alliance, which has initiated the We Won’t Pay campaign, “for example in supporting non-violent protests against the installation of water meters and encouraging non-payment.”


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